The Shure SRH145m+ may not be swanky, but it fits well and delivers strong performance for a reasonable price.
Headphones are available in a zillion styles, sizes, and price ranges. To help you cut through the clutter, we've assembled a list of top headphones by type and price.
Due out this summer, the Motiv MV88 iOS Digital Stereo Condenser Microphone attaches to the Lightning port on your iPhone or iPad.
The SRH1440 headphones are comfortable and ruggedly built with highly detailed sound that will surely thrill audiophiles.
One of Shure's first open-back designs, the SRH1840 headphones are comfortable and light, and the sound will surely thrill demanding audiophiles.
The Shure SRH440 headphones might not appeal to people who use higher-end equipment or who want skull-shattering bass, but as a step into the world of home studio recording, they sound great with a wide range of musical genres--and the price is right.
The Shure SE series is the company's new Sound Isolating Earphone line, which improves upon the older E series.
Anyone looking for ultracompact headphones with top-notch sound quality should consider the Shure SE530 Sound Isolating Earphones. This set will cost you a pretty penny, but it'll be worth it.
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The Shure SE425 sound-isolating earphones are an excellent choice for eclectic listeners who demand stellar audio and a high-quality design.
The Shure SRH550DJ headphones strike a solid balance of durability and respectable sound definition, worthy of hard-hitting DJs who play pop, rock, hip-hop, and electronic music.
Costing under $50, the SRH145m+ may not wow with its design, but it sounds very good for the money.